I hope it’s beginning to feel a little more like fall in your neck of the woods. We’ve strung together a few cool days here, so I’m calling it official. Ha! Yesterday I did the big job of moving out my spring and summer clothes to make room for my fall and winter wardrobe. I always keep a few tank tops and short sleeve tees handy, as well as lighter weight chinos and jackets. But other than that, there’s no turning back for me. So I’ve gathered up some of my favorite autumn looks and created a Fall Outfits Lookbook 2023 for a little style inspiration.
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All of these outfits are pulled from recent blog posts, dating back to July, when I first started showing fall finds. So, while I did have my assistant add the shopping links in the captions of the photos, please keep in mind that some items may no longer be available. She’s also provided a quick link back to the original blog posts in the photo captions, so use those to get more insight on any given outfit.
Some of these are full-on fall, meaning they will work best when the weather really gets cool. But many of them are outfits you can probably wear right now, even if you just need to swap out the shoes or something. For instance, this first look is made up of lightweight layers that create a cool fall vibe but still keep you feeling cool, too.
Adding a little black to your outfits (or brown or grey) is a great way to take a warm weather outfit into fall.
The outfit below is one I purchased in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale when everything shown was about 40% off. I think I may wear this outfit tomorrow!
Here’s another Nordstrom Anniversary Sale outfit, but you could easily duplicate it with items in your closet and the colors you prefer. This deep red is so on trend this fall and winter; I’m loving it!
Turn a tee and chinos into a fun fall outfit by simply adding a classic denim jacket.
Or get a new trending bomber jacket to round out these casual duos.
Sometimes I tend to over think outfits. What about you? I find that the simplest outfits often look the best, so I’m really trying to keep that in mind this fall.
Then again, how fun is it to mix stripes and plaids this time of year? That’s what I love about the next outfit. It just looks happy!
Now here’s a classic look I go back to time and again. In fact, I wore a version of this at LTK Con simply because it always makes me feel great. Blazer + great jeans + classic t-shirt = a home run every time.
Here’s another blazer look I love. This time I’m wearing a polished blouse with a relaxed fit plaid blazer. Yes, they’re still trending. Really I see blazers of all kinds right now, so wear the fit that works best for you and your personal style aesthetic.
I’ve pulled my ankle length jeans to the front of my closet for now. I want to wear them as much as possible during early fall, since I’ll probably opt for fuller length styles when it gets colder.
Keep a simple cotton sweater and jeans combo interesting by adding some fun footwear.
Don’t forget about that utility jacket in your closet. It’s still a great completer piece for fall, too. And yes, sneakers work with most everything these days. I’m loving it!
If you’ve found a denim skirt you love, wear it! Right now you can wear it with booties and later with full height boots.
Below I’m wearing those Talbots Tribeca pants. So versatile! I love this 2X2 outfit. Remember that formula? I shared it in this blog post.
This next outfit uses that 2X2 formula, too. Have you been working it with things in your closet, too?
And here’s one more outfit with that formula. Remember, you can use two of any kind of items and another two of any other kind. They don’t have to be classic and casual, like mine are. They could be feminine and masculine or sporty and dressy.
Next up I’ve got a great outfit with that pleated skirt. I’m seeing a lot of these accordion skirts this year, and I’m a fan.
And here’s another way to wear that same skirt. I’ll be styling it again during the winter and probably in the spring, too. That skirt is still in stock and available in a lot of great colors.
Oh, and I forgot I’d shared another way to wear it. This one is casual and oh so fun. I wore this for a day of driving through Amish country in Ohio. We had stopped at a vineyard for a wine tasting when we snapped this photo.
Next up, a cotton sweater. I like to wear a tank or t-shirt under mine in early fall so I can remove the sweater if needed.
And below I wore the sweater with my black ankle length pants. I also love this neutrals combination.
I can’t wait to wear this red blazer in real life. I’m definitely taking it to Georgia with me, so hopefully I’ll have a chance to wear it then.
Not all great outfits are dressy. Some are very casual. I think it’s smart to know how to put together a casual outfit that looks great, too. After all, that’s where we live most of the time!
It’s time to pull out those corduroys, too. I’ve also got those pulled to the front of my closet. I like to remind myself to select those instead of jeans occasionally.
Don’t forget about your flannel shirts. Elevate them by wearing them over a classic tee or tank and adding a belt.
This one is literally a fitting room photo I snapped before trying on clothes. But I loved wearing this classic jeans and white button-up shirt outfit. For me, it’s all those cognac accessories against a background of white and soft denim. Swoon!
And then we’ll wrap it up with a photo from yesterday’s blog post. Another white button-up shirt and jeans look. You just can’t go wrong here!
Thanks so much for stopping in. I hope you got a little style inspiration. Feel free to pin these looks to your Pinterest boards, too! Have a lovely fall day!
Blessed for My Day
Lord, today we lift up our hearts and voices to You, pleading for Your love and mercy to be poured out upon your people, Israel. We ask for protection from harm, for evil to banished and for peace to be restored. We stand in the gap and plea for You to rescue Your people.
Our hearts break for the devastation we hear of in Israel. We mourn with Your people and we are angry that such violence is going unchecked. Show us how we can pray more wisely and effectively. We feel powerless, but we come to You with heavy hearts and open hands. Have mercy, Lord.
Now the Lord said to Abram,
“Go from your country,
And from your relatives
And from your father’s house,
To the land which I will show you;
And I will make you into a great nation,
And I will bless you,
And make your name great;
And you shall be a blessing;
And I will bless those who bless you,
And the one who curses you I will curse.
And in you all the families of the earth will be blessed.” ~ Genesis 12:1-3